i have dcs deltav
i want to take acronis image for pro plus
restore on a new machine
keep it on shelve
can this restored machine work once it is connected to the network
provided that pro plus is pdc
In reply to LaurentB:
My site is stable and running No changes in data base are done regularly Only when we have a problem So my vision is to have a spare pro plus on shelf to be there in case we have ours fallen or any problems with ours I can bear the risk of fully download the nodes And restart the project again
In reply to hagouda:
I can make one image for p+ using acronis then restore on the new machine => YES then make dialy bkp for power up folder, events file => Yes then in case of p+ failure i can put the other machine after copy the latest version of power up folder and the events files on it => Yes also please advise what should i bkp for AD and how can i sync it? => if system "stable" without too much changes in users, do also acronis of your second domain controller after this only i need to download all controller and stations => No if powerup are up to date you don't need download If you have guardian access , please look for KBA NK-1400-0172 ProfessionalPLUS Swapout Procedure Using DeltaV Backup and Recovery Image and
NK-1300-0027 ProfessionalPLUS Swap-out Procedure in a Windows Server 2008, Server 2008 R2 and Server 2016 Domain Environment
that describes an accurate procedure to restore PPLUS on a running plant and how to resynchronize AD If you can "stop" your plant in case of pplus failure, the procedue is much simpler.
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